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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffindiworks Date: Sep 14, 2006 6:24am
Forum: netlabels Subject: looking for cc licensed music i can use in 3d vlog

hello,

for the upcoming 2nd episode of my cc licensed 3d vlog i am looking for a cc licensed track that should sound like coming from an old computer game.

here you can check out the 1st episode of "kevin's world - a 3d vlog":

http://www.ourmedia.org/node/248508

the 2nd episode titled "at the open-source pond" is almost finished, i'm just looking for the music now. the video will be licensed with an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 cc license.

i was listening to some of the 8-bit peoples tracks and while this might work, i did not see any track that i would be allowed to use (no derivative works allowed).

my questions:

• does anyone know where/how to find 2' 30'' - 2' 45'' cc licensed "retro game tracks" that i would be allowed to use...?

• has anyone done this/can this be done: have the music licensed with e.g. a commercial share-alike license, but the video still "only" with a non-commercial share-alike license...? (i would not want to have to allow commercial use for the image just because i would technically "build upon" by using a track with a commercial share-alike license.)

• i have found a c64 track that is absolutely awesome, but it looks like it is not cc licensed at all. maybe someone knows how to contact the composer, knows something about the legal status of this track (it is being remixed a lot in the c64 community) or has a cc licensed track of similar qualities. the track is called "future shock" (1989), composer neil baldwin. it really rocks... (you can listen to it in the 25th episode of the c64 podcast http://c64takeaway.com/)

any help would be appreciated!

thanks,

valentin spirik

http://www.indiworks.bytebeat.net

This post was modified by indiworks on 2006-09-14 13:24:20